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La Leona Eco Lodge

  • La Leona Eco Lodge
  • La Leona Ecolodge
  • La Leona Eco Lodge
  • La Leona Ecolodge
  • La Leona Eco Lodge
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Tent-cabins in an idyllic jungle setting by the sea: a fabulous option for those wishing to be surrounded by nature.

La Leona Eco Lodge is a simple beachfront lodge located five minutes from the entrance to Corcovado National Park, within large forested grounds with numerous trails to explore. The setting is idyllic and it's a fabulous option for those wishing to be surrounded by nature.

The simple, beachfront accommodation consists of 16 raised tents with wooden outer structure. Private decked verandas offer an excellent vantage point from which to survey the abundance of wildlife.
Several of these tented cabins are on the beach itself while others are situated just behind, and others still are set back high up in the forest. All have their own garden bathroom with outdoor shower, or you can use the shared facilities in a bathroom house. Creature comforts are few here, but it is an easy-going and sociable place where guests swing in their hammocks with a cold drink and listen to the exotic chorus of jungle sounds.
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What our clients say

  • La Leona a real experience of the jungle – basic, yet absolutely excellent.

    SA, St Albans
  • Favourite accommodation of the holiday. Breath taking location. Naturalist guide Jim extremely knowledgeable and an asset to the lodge.

    EM, Barnsley
  • We loved this place, the tent platform, outdoor shower. Tour guide was awesome,. Setting was amazing. Food was great.

    AH, London
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Our Expert's Opinion

The best two elements of this place were the excellent location right by the National Park and the approach to the lodge - walking on the sea with your luggage in a wooden cart. It cannot get more off the beaten track than that!

Mary
Mary Anne Nelson Travel Expert Born in the Atacama Desert in northern Chile, Mary’s insider knowledge and dry sense of humour make her a highly valued member of the Tailor-made Holidays and Group Tour sales team.

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